A new generation of storytellers emerges at UCLA
Here’s a camera, now tell a purposeful story.
That’s the opportunity UCLA’s Center for EthnoCommunications presents its students.
Established in 1996 by filmmaker Robert Nakamura at the Asian American Studies Center, the students and faculty have built a program that goes beyond the classroom. With deep roots in Asian American and minority activism, EthnoCommunications students learn the craft of documentary filmmaking and how to give communities a voice through film.